BOARD
The Carringbush Board consists of members who work together to oversee the operations of the organisation, to ensure it is working towards achieving its charitable purpose.
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BOARD

Chris Enright - Chairperson

Chris is the Director of RTO Logic, a consultancy firm that delivers customized business and data management solutions to the VET sector and he is the Co-Founder of two professional development businesses, Skills HQ and Sapient Academy.  He has more than 15 years’ experience in the Education and Training sector, assuming key leadership roles, driving business improvement and development for numerous respected companies.  He has an MBA from Melbourne Business School and is the Carringbush Board of Governance’s Chair.

Tim Haynes

Tim currently works for a Victorian government department in the digital space and has previously worked as a software developer and as a consultant for several ASX 100 companies with CWCC Group. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne, and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from RMIT University. He joined Carringbush’s Board of Governance in 2012 and served as its Chair between 2016-2017.

Joe Morrison

Joe is a business professional working at a senior level in HR, change management, commercial management, corporate planning, strategy development, business improvement & communications. Joe has worked for global organisations including Toyota and BHP and also consulted in workforce strategy and organisational development activities.

Danielle Ashcroft

Danielle works at Melbourne Polytechnic and Chisolm Institute as a teacher and curriculum writer. Danielle holds a Bachelor of Arts (RMIT), Bachelor of Music (VCA), a Cert IV in Training and Assessment and Diploma of Vocational Training Design. She is currently studying a Masters of Teaching.

Cristina de Nicolas Izquierdo

Cristina is a political scientist, specialising in conflictology, humanitarian action, and forced migration, with 20 years working with international NGOs, UN agencies, academic institutions, government, donors, and civil society organizations in managerial positions, and as a consultant. Additionally, she is one the peer reviewers and translators of the All In Diary, a practical tool for humanitarian workers, and an editor of the Rights in Exile Newsletter, a free public resource for legal assistance providers, refugees, and others interested in refugee legal assistance. More recently, she has combined international consultancies on health & governance, with research and studies on forced migration, mainly focused on displacement from the Northern Triangle of Central America.

Kerrie Howard

Kerrie has extensive senior executive and non-executive director experience in financial services, funds management, and superannuation. She specialises in governance, legal advisory services, company secretarial, risk, compliance and assurance frameworks and has a range of experience as a non-executive director.